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Boojatta Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-27-08 11:50 AM
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How does the religion of ancestors of some collective influence the behavior of the collective?
Indeed, the most obvious analog to slavery and taking America from the Indians, the disproportionate role of Jews in inflicting Communism upon humanity (as documented in UC Berkeley historian Yuri Slezkine's book 2004 The Jewish Century), has almost completely been crammed down the global Memory Hole.


Did Russian Jews persistently refuse friendly invitations to join the political party associated with the provisional democratic government in Russia from 1905 to 1917?

Did Russian citizens of various ethnicities who had some ancestors who practiced the religion Judaism and Russian citizens who themselves practiced the religion Judaism tend to associate themselves with Lenin from 1905 to 1917 and avoid other individuals who were leading or trying to establish alternative political parties? Was Lenin very accepting of people who adhered to various denominations of Judaism? That would presumably be a special exception because of his general opposition to religion.

For example, the world's most famous living author published almost a decade ago a two volume history of the relationship between Russians and Jews. He called for mutual remembrance, contrition, apology, and forgiveness.


Not surprisingly, the world's most famous living author can't get these two books published in New York City. Don't call us, Alexander, we'll call you.

Moreover, almost nobody in the American media has found it at all worth mentioning that Solzhenitsyn can't get published in New York City.


Should all publishers be required by law to provide press releases to publicize their reasons for publishing or not publishing a particular manuscript? This would both provide an author with information and reduce the hazard of slander directed at publishers.
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